2016 tables: Institutions - life sciences

The 2016 tables are based on Nature Index data from 1 January 2015 to 31 December 2015.

Table criteria

# Institution Share 2015 Count 2015
1 Hungarian Academy of Sciences (HAS), Hungary 11.45 59
2 Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE), Hungary 4.17 22
3 Semmelweis University (SE), Hungary 2.77 25
4 Central European University (CEU), Hungary 0.89 3
5 University of Szeged (SZTE), Hungary 0.88 9
6 University of Debrecen, Hungary 0.70 9
7 University of Pannonia, Hungary 0.62 2
8 Pázmány Péter Catholic University (PPCU), Hungary 0.50 4
9 Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME), Hungary 0.31 2
10 Szent István University (SZIU), Hungary 0.29 3
11 National Institute of Oncology (NIO), Hungary 0.25 3
12 National Agricultural Research and Innovation Centre (NARIC), Hungary 0.23 1
13 Avidin Ltd., Hungary 0.18 1
14 Hungarian Natural History Museum (MTM), Hungary 0.16 2
15 Paprika Bioanalytics Service and Consulting Company Limited, Hungary 0.13 1
16 Optopharma Ltd., Hungary 0.11 1
17 Vichem Chemie Research Ltd., Hungary 0.10 1
18 Hungarian National Museum (HNM), Hungary 0.08 2
19 St. Borbala Hospital, Hungary 0.08 1
20 Network of Forensic Science Institutes (NFSI), Hungary 0.05 1
21 University of Sopron, Hungary 0.04 1
21 Móra Ferenc Museum, Hungary 0.04 1
21 Salisbury Archaeological Ltd., Hungary 0.04 1
22 Foundation for the Community Control of Hereditary Diseases, Hungary 0.03 1
23 University of Pécs (PTE), Hungary 0.03 1
24 National Institute of Environmental Health (NIEH), Hungary 0.02 1
25 István Dobó Castle Museum, Hungary 0.02 1
26 Matrica Museum, Hungary 0.02 1
27 B. Johan National Centerfor Epidemiology (NCE), Hungary 0.01 1

Footnote

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